How do decision makers think about and approach congestion reduction in their cities?

The FLOW project is investigating the way cities, businesses and decision-makers think about – and take action to reduce urban congestion. The goal of this survey is to identify the context, the key drivers, barriers and triggers for adopting congestion-reducing solutions. The results of the survey will be a starting point in understanding perceptions and influences and in providing tools that help to make effective decisions.

The FLOW partners warmly invite political decision makers (such as MEPs, Ministers or (vice-) Mayors, …) and technical decision makers (such as Heads of Transport or Spatial Planning Units) to respond to the FLOW survey.

The project’s consortium is grateful to those decision makers who share their time (roughly 15 minutes for the online survey) and experience (gathered over years!) to participate in the survey. To recognise the valuable input, FLOW would like to acknowledge participants on the FLOW website (at the end of the survey, participants may indicate their interest in public recognition or remain anonymous if they choose).

The Survey link is available here. Please answer the questions asked in relation to the area under your responsibility.

If you would like an opportunity to approach your local decision makers on the subject of congestion reduction, you can do so using the FLOW survey. And please don’t forget to share the results with FLOW by completing the online survey! FLOLW will share the Europe-wide results in early 2018.

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